Tartan Terror Pack Vol.1 (DVD)
Joseph (Vincent Cassel) hosts a ghastly Christmas dinner that turns into a night of sex, satanic passion, and incest.more info
Carved: The Slit-Mouthed Woman
Thirty years ago, a suburban town was terrorized by the spirit of a woman whose beautiful face had been grotesquely disfigured by a jealous husband. Roaming the streets wearing a long coat and surgical mask, the spirit would approach young victims and, while removing her mask, ask Am I pretty? The victims response would almost always lead to their violent death. Now, one by one, children are disappearing again. As teachers and officials desperately begin to investigate, a panic begins to build as the woman's spirit returns for some unfinished business and the town's dark secrets are exposed.more info
Kristels dad died in a brutal car accident following an argument the two had on her prom night. Racked with guilt, Kristel takes some high school friends to a museum, located in an old abandoned mine, in hopes of retrieving the manuscript her father was writing about eighteenth and nineteenth century serial killers. Her dad was particularly interested in Andries Martiens, a man sentenced to death for slaughtering several youths. Martiens died in a massive explosion centuries ago, but its rumored his spirit still haunts the mine and is ravenously hungry for another Slaughter Night.more info
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